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Shakespeare : his life and plays / Will Fowler

By: Fowler, Will
Material type: TextTextSeries: Penguin readersLevel 4: Publisher: Harlow, England : Pearson Education, 2008Description: v, 62 p. : ill. ; 20 cmISBN: 9781405882316; 140588231XSubject(s): Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 | ReadersDDC classification: 813.54 LOC classification: PE1126.A4 | F68 2008
Contents:
Stratford childhood -- A wife and children -- The lost years -- Plague, poems and a patron -- Great success and a personal tragedy -- The Globe Theatre -- 'Hamlet,' the last comedy and a lucky escape -- Towards tragedy -- Romans, Greeks and a wedding -- Return to Stratford -- Last years -- 'Not of an age but for all time.'
Dissertation note: Shakespeare's plays are famous all over the world - in the theatre, in film and in the classroom. What do we know about the man? What kind of life did he have? Who were his friends? Why can we still laugh and suffer with his characters 400 years after his death?
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Shakespeare's plays are famous all over the world - in the theatre, in film and in the classroom. What do we know about the man? What kind of life did he have? Who were his friends? Why can we still laugh and suffer with his characters 400 years after his death?

Stratford childhood -- A wife and children -- The lost years -- Plague, poems and a patron -- Great success and a personal tragedy -- The Globe Theatre -- 'Hamlet,' the last comedy and a lucky escape -- Towards tragedy -- Romans, Greeks and a wedding -- Return to Stratford -- Last years -- 'Not of an age but for all time.'

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